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The Peavler Group, PC - Dallas, TX

3400 Carlisle StreetSuite 430 LB 16 Dallas, TX 75204- 1221

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Updated: 07/11/2019

Dallas Litigation Law Firm


Doug Uloth represents businesses (from Fortune 500 to family owned) and individuals in the following areas:

  • investigation, analysis, preparation, trial and appeal of general business issues, financial, leasing and real estate, construction, and employment matters;
  • bankruptcy, including development, confirmation of and opposition to Plans of Reorganization restructuring corporations in Chapter 11;
  • negotiation and drafting of leases, licensing, employment and non-competition agreements, stock...

    About The Peavler Group, PC

    Practice Areas

    • Litigation
    • Business Law
    • General Practice
    • Commercial Law
    • Bankruptcy
    • Personal Injury & Torts

    Published Works

    • Equitable Estoppel as a Basis for Compelling Non-Signatories to Arbitrate - A Bridge Too Far?, 21 The Review of Litigation 593, Summer, 2002
    • Enforcing Arbitration Against Non-signatories, Texas Bar Journal, Vol. 65, Number 10 (October), 2002

    Representative Clients

    • Rexel, Inc.
    • Municipal Valve & Equipment Company, Inc.
    • Birch Grove Software, Inc.
    • Manufactured Valve Products, Inc.

    Office Information


    3400 Carlisle StreetSuite 430 LB 16 Dallas, TX 75204- 1221


    • (214) 999-0551

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